Global climate target could net additional six million tons of fish annually

The amount and species of fish caught in different parts of the world will impact local fishers and make fisheries management more difficult.
Posted On 22 Dec 2016
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Coffee belt feels  climate squeeze

Small-scale farmers who produce most of the world’s coffee beans face reductions in crop yield and quality as a result of rising temperatures and extreme weather.
Posted On 18 Dec 2016
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The Weather Network launches the Severe Weather Outlook

New desktop and mobile web product helps users prepare for significant weather events up to 3 days in advance
Posted On 15 Dec 2016
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Methane’s rapid spurt risks climate curbs plan

A recent rapid rise in methane could damage global attempts to slow climate change through cuts in carbon dioxide emissions says new research.
Posted On 12 Dec 2016
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Building a more resilient Toronto – Search on for Chief Resilience Officer

City of Toronto launches major resilience-building initiative to prepare Toronto for urban stresses of 21st century
Posted On 09 Dec 2016
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Hottest years will soon be the new normal

The soaring temperatures of recent hottest years on record will be the norm by 2040, with Australia first to feel the heat.
Posted On 20 Nov 2016
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Politicians feel the heat from rising temperatures

Not only is climate change bad for the planet, but rising temperatures could mean politicians face a greater risk of being voted out of office.
Posted On 03 Nov 2016
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Electric floor sparks power from footfalls

In a new burst of inventiveness in developing renewable energy, scientists have found how to generate electricity from people walking on an electric floor.
Posted On 29 Oct 2016
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